The Find in Files dialog supports multiple concurrent searches. When you select a result, a preview window displays and stays on top so you can easily compare other results.
Note: This topic focuses on information that may be unfamiliar to you. It does not include all step and field descriptions.
To find in files
Enter the types of files you want to find in the File mask box. For example, *.* searches for all files and *.txt searches for all text files. You can search for multiple file types and separate them with a semicolon, such as *.sql;*.txt (searches for all .sql and .txt files).
You can have Toad automatically create backups of your Editor files using a temporary filename. If Toad closes abnormally, you are prompted to recover or discard backups when you next open Toad. Auto backup is automatically enabled, with a backup interval of every 3 minutes.
See Editor Behavior Options in the online help for more information.
You can also use this feature to recover documents manually.
To recover documents from the menu
Select File | Recover Documents.